On May 1, 1994, the world stood still. Even today, 30 years after his death, the name Ayrton Senna makes the heart of every motorsport fan beat faster.

His legacy reminds us that true greatness is not in victories or records, it is in the way we follow our dreams and live our lives.

Ayrton Senna in 1990 after his third consecutive triumph: “I don’t feel as happy and as free on any race track in the world as I do at Hockenheim. When I drive out of the Motodrom into the forest, it’s an exhilarating feeling: it’s like being in a tunnel – you’re completely alone with yourself. The same thing can be said of the chicane in the east corner: it challenges a driver to the limit, while fresh forest air flows into the cockpit. Then I have driven long enough in the void, return – and in the Motodrom there is euphoria like in a crowded stadium.